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DownBeat Magazine # February 2013 Volume 80, Number 2

DownBeat Magazine

DownBeat Magazine - February 2013

Editor DownBeat Magazine
Date February 2013 (Cover Date)
Format Magazine
Pages
Location USA
Language English
Link downbeat.com
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Chapters
  • Cover
  • Dave Brubeck
  • The Amazing Life and Times of Dave Brubeck
  • By John McDonough
  • DownBeat pays tribute to the late pianist and composer, who achieved major stardom in the 1950s and held his headliner rank well into the 21st century. Because longevity alone doesn’t guarantee an audience, this makes him unique in the jazz world. Brubeck—whose 1959 quartet recording Time Out was the first million-selling jazz album—may have been the last jazz musician in the world whom everybody knew and liked.
  • Features
  • Gary Clark Jr.
  • ‘I’m Not Scared of the Blues Police’
  • By Shaun Brady
  • It’s hardly controversial to declare, as Gary Clark Jr. does, that blues is “the foundation of American music.” What’s considerably less common is the abandon with which Clark explores the hallways of the building that’s constructed upon that foundation.
  • JD Allen
  • The Matador
  • By Allen Morrison
  • If the tenor saxophonist’s sound is easily identifiable today, it’s due in part to his unique voice as a composer. For JD Allen, composition is king.
  • José James
  • Genuine Expression
  • By Michael J. West
  • José James has made a decision : He doesn’t want to be a “jazz singer” anymore. He now sees himself as an artist who wants to make room for a wider range of creative possibilities.
  • 150 Great Jazz Venues
  • The Best Places to Hear Live Jazz Worldwide
  • Players
  • Laurence Hobgood
  • Magnus Lindgren
  • Armand Sabal-Lecco
  • Caroline Davis
  • Blindfold Test
  • Saxophonist Donald Harrison was tested on the following tracks for the “Blindfold Test” :
  • Lee Konitz : “Subconscious-Lee” from The Very Best Of Prestige Records : Prestige 60th Anniversary Concord/Prestige
  • Miguel Zenón : “Juguete” from Alma Adentro : The Puerto Rican Songbook Marsalis Music
  • Cannonball Adderley Quintet : “You Got It !” from The Cannonball Adderley Quintet In San Francisco/Keepnews Collection Concord/Riverside
  • Material : “Memories” from One Down Restless/Metronome/Elektra Musician
  • Eric Dolphy : “Straight Up And Down” from Out To Lunch Blue Note
  • Preservation Hall Jazz Band : “Tootie Ma Is A Big Fine Thing” from Preservation Hall Jazz Band : The 50th Anniversary Collection Columbia/Legacy
  • Also In This Issue
  • Rare Thomas Chapin Quartet Recordings, The Insider with Ben Allison, Miami Nice Jazz Fest Caught, Krakow Jazz Autumn Caught, Jane Bunnett’s Spirits of Havana Caught, Jason Kao Hwang, Eric DiVito Master Class, Ravi Coltrane Solo Transcription, Stockholm’s Royal College of Music, plus Dozens of CD Reviews, Product Reviews and Much More !
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